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How much air should be in a car tire?
According to Berger the maximum inflation pressure for modern tires is typically between 44 and 51 PSI (pounds per square inch). If a driver inadvertently puts too much air in a tire it won't necessarily cause any damage, but it will impact other aspects of the vehicle.

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